Thai Coriander Seeds (Coriandrum Sativum)
- Also known as cilantro, Chinese parsley and, very occasionally, Greek parsley, coriander is one of the most versatile herbs as all parts of the plant – roots, stems, leaves and seeds – can be used in cooking. Native to the Mediterranean and western Asia, coriander is an essential ingredient in Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, North African, Mexican and Latin American cuisine.
- It looks very similar to continental parsley and the two are easily confused, but once you smell coriander there’s no mistaking its distinctive lemony-ginger aroma. The seeds have a mild citrus smell and flavour, which is very different from the strong taste of the roots, stems and leaves that people either love or hate.
- Thai Coriander has a much more strong and deep flavor than regular Coriander. Use it in soups, stews, springrolls or as garnishment.
- Height : 18” - 24 ”
- Spacing : 6" - 12"
- Sun Light : > 6 hours - Full
- Water : Average
- Harvest : 45 days
- Sowing : Sow seeds 1/4 " deep
- Germination : 7 - 14 Days
- Size : Medium Leaf
- Color : Green Leaves
- Origin : Thailand